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May 21, 2022

Mariners score twice in final minute to shock Palma in league opener | HS football

APTOS—Ever since Aptos High began playing Palma High six years ago, the games have mirrored a sports drama blockbuster that leaves viewers hungry for a sequel. The two Monterey Bay powerhouses put on quite the performance yet again in front of a packed house at...

Aptos boys’ hoops team gives Oakland a tough fight in NorCal D-III opener | Sports Roundup 

OAKLAND—The Aptos High boys’ basketball team was eliminated by Oakland High in the opening round of the CIF NorCal Division III playoffs Tuesday. Senior guard Cameron Saldana had 19 points for the No. 15 seeded Mariners who put up a fight until the final buzzer...

‘Catz baseball team sweeps season series against Alvarez | Sports Roundup

Watsonville High senior pitcher Dominic Hernandez was in the zone and in total control on the mound for the Wildcatz baseball team Thursday. The right-hander recorded eight strikeouts for the complete game victory in the Catz’s 12-3 win over Alvarez High in Pacific Coast Athletic...

Mariners fall to Burlingame in Division III title game | CCS boys basketball

BURLINGAME—Aptos High’s Cameron Saldaña seemed almost unstoppable for most of Saturday night’s Central Coast Section basketball championship, knocking in just about every shot that left his hand.    The senior guard finished with a record-setting 30 points but it wasn’t enough for the No. 4 seeded...

Aptos’ Elizabeth Churchill wins four events at Knights Invite | Girls track and field 

SOQUEL—Aptos High senior Elizabeth Churchill won four events including a record-setting performance in the high jump at the fifth annual Knights Invite.  Churchill, who is competing next year at UC Davis, jumped a personal-best 5 feet, 08 inches that helped her claim the high jump...

Mustangs’ extend winning-streak to four after a victory over Wilcox | Girls lacrosse

WATSONVILLE—It didn’t take long for the Monte Vista Christian girls’ lacrosse team to turn things around after suffering a heartbreaking loss to begin the season.  Junior midfielder Arianna Covarrubias had four goals and three assists for the Mustangs in their 20-5 non-league victory against Wilcox...

Grizzlies aim to turn season around after 0-2 start | HS football

WATSONVILLE—Pajaro Valley High athletic director Joe Manfre is entering his second season as head coach of the football team.  When he took over the program, the process of having to coach in an abbreviated Covid-19 season was still a whirlwind to him.  Manfre said this season...

Mariners hang tough in loss to St. Francis in CCS quarterfinals | HS football

MOUNTAIN VIEW—Aptos High went into Friday night’s Central Coast Section Division I quarterfinals in what some were calling an unwinnable game from the beginning. For a while, it seemed like the No. 8 Mariners were on the verge of pulling off a David versus Goliath...

Mariners extend winning streak with crushing victory over Vikings | Girls soccer roundup

SALINAS—Aptos High senior Rowan Bowyer scored a pair of goals for the girls’ soccer team in their 5-1 win over North Salinas High in non-league action on Dec. 4.  Senior midfielder Jazmine Castañeda recorded three assists, and junior goalkeeper Angie Rodriguez made five saves for...

Podcast: Hitting the midway point | Cover 3 Sports

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‘Catz earn top seed in CCS D-II field | High school...

It wasn’t whether or not the Watsonville High softball team was going to qualify for the Central Coast Section playoffs. The big question was where...